The U.S.-Ethiopia-Eritrea Triangle
The complex relationship between neighbours Eritrea and Ethiopia, as well as Eritrea's relations with the U.S. remains a topic for vibrant discussion.
The Reporter, 15 February 2014
After Eritrea seceded from Ethiopia in the early 1990s, the regime in Asmara has consistently turned out to be the major rogue in the already fragile Horn of Africa region. read more »
African Arguments, 17 January 2014
In a span of a month, three towering figures - if retired - in American foreign policy establishment on Africa publicly called for an end to the Eritrean-Ethiopian conflict and the ... read more »
African Arguments, 14 January 2014
Princeton Lyman is a diplomat and former United States Ambassador to Nigeria and South Africa. The below is a response to Hank Cohen's blog for African Arguments 'Time to Bring ... read more »
African Arguments, 13 January 2014
This is not a rejoinder to Hank Cohen's piece - Time to Bring Eritrea in from the Cold - published by African Arguments on 16 December 2013. It is rather an analysis of the same ... read more »
African Arguments, 16 December 2013
After being part of Ethiopia for forty years, the people of Eritrea held a referendum in April 1993 and decided to establish an independent state. read more »
Eritrea which lies at the border of Sudan to the west, Ethiopia in the south, and Djibouti in the east.